Anatomy of a song : the oral history of 45 iconic hits that changed rock, R&B and pop
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New York : Grove Press, [2016].
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First edition.
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xii, 323 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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9780802125590, 080212559X

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Believing that every great song has a fascinating backstory, Myers brings to life five decades of music through oral histories of forty-five transformative songs woven from interviews with the artists who created them.From "Lawdy Miss Clawdy" by Lloyd Price to "Losing my religion" by R.E.M., leading artists reveal the emotions, inspirations, and techniques behind their influential works. The result is a love letter to the songs that have defined generations.
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Myers, M. (2016). Anatomy of a song: the oral history of 45 iconic hits that changed rock, R&B and pop. First edition. New York: Grove Press.

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Myers, Marc, 1956-. 2016. Anatomy of a Song: The Oral History of 45 Iconic Hits That Changed Rock, R&B and Pop. New York: Grove Press.

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Myers, Marc, 1956-, Anatomy of a Song: The Oral History of 45 Iconic Hits That Changed Rock, R&B and Pop. New York: Grove Press, 2016.

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Myers, Marc. Anatomy of a Song: The Oral History of 45 Iconic Hits That Changed Rock, R&B and Pop. First edition. New York: Grove Press, 2016. Print.

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